Hanne Sorteberg shares her story. How suffering a stroke changed her life forever & taught her how to get better, not back to her old normal.
What does Shakespeare have to say to data & analytics leaders today? Reflections on lessons from his plays for data leaders from Tony Boobier.
CX author Annette Franz shares why you should humanise your automation to ensure positive customer & employee experiences, not just processes.
Is today’s focus on prediction, rather than explanatory models, weakening the commercial impact of data teams? A challenge from Harry Powell.
Film-maker & leadership coach, Ty Francis, shares his experience of how to lead organisations through adaptive change or wicked problems.
Prof Nick Radcliffe makes the case for why clustering your customers is a bad idea that wastes analysts time & delivers suboptimal marketing.
Harry Powell tackles the critical issue of how leaders behave when being presented to. Improve your behaviour with his half-third-sixth model
Chief Data Scientist, Richard Pugh, explains how data thinking & design thinking can improve on the popular software-first project approach.
Tony Boobier shares lessons from “Thinking Fast & Slow” for the challenge of what mindset is needed by analysts & those interpreting data.
Prof Nick Radcliffe debunks a claim about Edinburgh’s Commonwealth Pool & thus shows us how to develop a sense of scale for some big numbers.
Harry Powell, Director of Data & Analytics at JLR explains how he calculates the incremental profit his team generates down to an income line
Why you Analytics team needs a measure of their ROI. Harry Powell argues for the benefits of profit as the best metric of the value-added.